As a junior doctor in child and adolescent psychiatry, I was very pleased to hear Theresa May recognise the need to improve the lives for the one in ten children in Britain suffering from a diagnosable mental health condition.
Who's your #AuditHero?
To coincide with Clinical Audit Awareness Week 2016 we've launched 'Clinical Audit Heroes' - a celebration of the individuals making a positive difference in audit and quality improvement. They can be a clinician, a patient volunteer, audit staff - anyone whose actions have ultimately helped to improve patient care. Read on to see which nominees have made our #CAAW Hall of Fame as voted for by their Trust colleagues.
A study published today in BMJ Open has questioned whether publishing individual consultants’ mortality data – such as Clinical Outcomes Publication, managed by HQIP on behalf of NHS England – is reliable in indicating how well those consultants are performing.
Who's your Audit Hero?
To coincide with Clinical Audit Awareness Week 2016 we've launched 'Clinical Audit Heroes' - a celebration of the individuals who've made a positive difference in quality improvement.